Centre de Recherche sur l’Anti-Corruption is delighted to publish its first annual report. CERC is a young organization and has enormous potential. Through continued citizen awareness and education and bold efforts to prevent corruption by building integrity, it is reasonable to believe that CERC can and will make progress in tackling corruption in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Download it here : Rapport Annuel 2017
Integrity Idol is a global campaign that started in Nepal in 2014, then reached Liberia in 2015, Pakistan and Mali in 2016 and has now plan to set its foot in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). As the name suggests, this campaign is an initiative taken to recognize and honor those civil servants of the Democratic Republic of the Congo who have been working with integrity and veracity. This campaign aims to generate
Towards promoting honesty, integrity and equality in education sector, the Anti-Corruption Research Center was conducted a four days Training of Trainers (ToT) on Community Integrity Building in 2 batches in Uvira. The first batch of the training taken place in Uvira City from 20-23 December 2017. 60 participants from 10 secondary school including 2 teachers, 1 headteacher and 3 Integrity Club leaders was trained. The training aimed at enhancing their skills as trainers through specialized techniques
5 CERC staff members had taken part in Community Integrity Building’s Training of Trainers Program in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania from November 27 – December 1st 2017. During the time spent together with our donor Integrity Action in Dar es Salaam participants got to try out the new version of DevelopmentCheck and practice entering monitoring data. We have also spent some time planning an advocacy campaign to help raise awareness of the merits of Integrity in the DRC.
Le Centre de Recherche sur Anti-Corruption “CERC” has launched 20 Integrity Clubs in secondary schools in Uvira territory in the South-Kivu Province. This effort forms part of the activities under the “Student acting for Honesty, Integrity and Equality (SHINE) Project funded by the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD) and the Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA) through Integrity Action and its being implemented in 5 countries, including DRC, Nepal, Occupied Territory of Palestine, Afghanistan and